High-Climb ROG (oz7289)


High-Climb ROG (oz7289) by Merrill Hamburg 1929 - plan thumbnail

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High-Climb R.O.G.. Freeflight, tractor biplane, rubber power. Span: 12in. Author: Merrill Hamburg, A.M.L.A. Publisher: The American Boy. Manufacturer: A kit was manufactured by the A.M.L.A. which cost 85 cents, postpaid.
Year: January, 1929. Plan Size: 11x 8.5in. Status:Complete. Source: TheAmerican Boy, January, 1929, pages 26, 36.
Scale: 1/3.4, digital file. Notes: Scanned and edited in PC Paint from Frank Zaic, Mode lAirplanes and The American Boy, pages 44-45. These pages are reduced from the originals. I added a title block. The 12in span is 3.52in on the digital file, thus the scale ratio of 3.4. The size in a print will depend on settings in the printer software. The original book drawing was 6.14 x 4.54in. Enlarging to print full size would not be practical; build on a pencil drawing. The prop block is 3/8 x 3/4 x 5in.

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High-Climb ROG (oz7289) by Merrill Hamburg 1929 - model pic

  • (oz7289)
    High-Climb ROG
    by Merrill Hamburg
    January 1929 
    12in span
    Rubber F/F Biplane
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 08/12/2015
    Filesize: 124KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: GaryHinze

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